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The Nature of God
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...Nature of God The nature of God is a complex philosophy that is not fully understood by man. Many people have tried to come up with explanation of the nature of God, with each of these persons based on their opinion about facts from diverse aspects. Different people explain the nature of God from different perspectives, depending on their values and faith. This is done to conform to their way of life and their understanding of God. Many people find that the nature is a guiding path of progress in life. Therefore, people that find it in their hearts to follow the nature of God will have progress in their lives. Hitler states that a person discovered that the nature of God is a wonderful... Module The...
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Nature of God
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...Nature of God God’s nature is difficult to fathom. Throughout the bible, God’s character is revealed to itsreaders. This essay will delve on God’s nature as observed in the book of Genesis. In particular, the character of God in the story of the creation, the fall of man and in the story of Noah, will be the main focus for deciphering God’s nature. In the story of creation, one can describe God’s nature as being all mighty and all powerful (The New American Bible, Genesis 1-2). Being...
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Nature of God
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...Nature of God God’s nature is difficult to fathom. Throughout the bible, God’s character is revealed to its readers. This essay will delve on God’s nature as observed in the book of Genesis. In particular, the character of God in the story of the creation, the fall of man and in the story of Noah, will be the main focus for deciphering God’s nature. In the story of creation, one can describe God’s nature as being all mighty and all powerful (The New American Bible, Genesis 1-2). Being the...
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Comparative Analysis of the Nature of God in the Book of Job and the Nature of God in Beowulf
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...Nature of God in the Book of Job and the Nature of God in Beowulf” The Book of Job in the Old Testament of the Holy Scripture primarily depicts the life of suffering which Job lives despite being a righteous man who obeys the will of God with all his heart. Then there comes a time when he is subjected to a test of faith as God grants the annoying Satan the permission to carry out the task so as to prove that the virtuous man of God in Job’s character shall never turn away from nor renounce his faith with Him. Through the didactic narrative of the book in prose structure herein, the nature of God is conveyed to be an entity in continuous engagement with man in any... “Comparative Analysis of the Nature...
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Views of Spinoza and Leibniz on the Nature of God
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...nature of God. Knowledge for Spinoza must be, strictly speaking, knowledge of God. As God's knowledge, it must entail absolute certainty, perfection, and completeness. Any intermediate forms of knowledge, such as inadequate knowledge or knowledge which involves no contradiction, do not count at all. One either has the adequate idea as truth, or one has the inadequate idea as falsity. Since knowledge of God involves his eternal and infinite essence, one must conceive an idea in its most perfect form so that it can be equated with God's knowledge. In general, the human mind is capable of forming only inadequate ideas. If one can form... Compare and evaluate the views of Spinoza and Leibniz on the nature...
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Maurya's Understanding of the Relationship between God, Humans and Nature
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...God, humans and nature Historically, religion has been an integral part in the lives of many cultures around the globe. The various regions of the world have depicted different religious beliefs and practices in line with their cultural practices. The relationships among human beings and their environments have always been depicted by the religious beliefs within the region. In the play, “Riders to the Sea” by John M. Synge demonstrates the interrelationship between God, nature and human beings. It brings out a clear faith of human beings on their religion and God on the various aspects of nature and Gods plans and outcomes that they cannot control... Maurya’s understanding of the relationship between...
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God, Man, and Nature in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
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...God, man and nature are vastly intertwined with each other, and with the exception of God, each could not survive without the other. Man could not survive without nature; he depends upon the earth for his food, the rain for his water, the trees for his dwellings and the sun for his warmth. Nature could not survive without man. It depends upon him for rejuvenating the soil, replenishing what it cannot and keeping order among it. God, however, created both man and nature and can survive without either one. A belief in a higher power is a personal matter between the higher power and the man, but a man's attempt to be God-like is often met with disastrous results. Although works of fiction... ...
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Examine the nature of heroism in Paradise Lost. Which character in the poem would you describe as the most heroic (Satan, Adam, Eve, the Son of God) In what ways might this character differ from conventional representations of heroism For this topic, yo
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...God, is the most heroic, we first look into the actions... and thinking of each of them as depicted in John Milton’s masterpiece. Satan The poem first talks about Satan who was previously known as Lucifer. The poem says Satan was once the most beautiful angel who fell out of grace to become a classic villain; often defiantly stating ‘better to reign in hell than serve in Heaven’. Before his tragic fall, Satan expresses discomfort at being ruled over by God and His Son arguing that angels are ‘self begot’ and ‘self raised’ and so God has no authority over them. He then leads a rebellion in Heaven (to usurp God’s throne and authority) which is...
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The evil-god challenge
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...God’s Nature The of the Good or Evil? God’s Nature The comprehension of life sense and the formation of life ideal on its understanding have always been linked by philosophers with the question of good and evil. The confrontation between good and evil is understood by them as the contradictory basis of being, as an antinomy, a solution of which is the main purpose of human knowledge and activity. As a matter of fact good and evil are two different worlds which cannot exist without each other. If there were no evil people would ever know what is good and if there were no good they would never know what is evil. These two notions are a measure by which human lives are evaluated... . Depending...
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God In The Jewish Tradition
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...God In The Jewish Tradition In all religions the question of the nature of God is the most controversial. What role does he play? Is there a God? What kind of personality does he have? For many religions, the nature of God is a serious question that continues to be hotly debated, sometimes even leading to the division of churches into deeply divided factions. The role of God in the Jewish tradition is no less controversial than it is in Christian traditions. Just as in the Christian traditions, this debate has led to the development of different orders of the religion...
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Why God Allowed Sin into the World
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...God and an individual or sin also involves from the ideal order of human beings (Stern, 1988). Indeed, the two definitions provide a good foundation for understanding of sin and the various aspects pertaining to it. On such an understanding on what sin is, determining the major reasons contributing to why God allowed sin into the world remains a significantly easy task. Many question the reason why God permits sin to reign in the world, which causes great suffering among many individuals, despite His all-powerful nature (Stern, 1988). Sin originated from the Garden of Eden after the disobedience of Adam and Eve, after... Why God Allowed Sin into the World Introduction In the history of most churches, o...
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My reflection of analysis on Philosophies of Judaism, Christianity, and the Byzantine Civilization
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...nature of God, the three religions have some similarities and differences as well. The belief in Christianity about the nature of God is considered as one substance, and they are three persons. It is also referred as Trinity. The nature of God through... the beliefs of Judaism is reflected in one substance and is considered to be one person. In Judaism, God is referred as Unity. The Byzantine Civilization also has different views about the nature of God. From Byzantine Civilization, it is discovered that the nature of God in this religion is not only considered as a substance but also as a being (Aitken and...
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God has Ontological Existence
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...God in me, that is to say, the idea of a supremely perfect being… an actual and eternal existence belongs to his nature… existence can no more be separated from the essence of God.. than the idea of a mountain can be separated from the idea of a valley; so that there is no less contradiction in conceiving a God, a supremely perfect being, who lacks some particular perfection, than in conceiving a mountain without a valley.” That is, the essence of God... ? God has Ontological Existence The religious philosophers, over the centuries have tried to establish the existence of God and have come up with numerous arguments .Major arguments about His existence are Cosmological, Ontological, Teleological and the...
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Surprises of The God of Surprises
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...God of Surprises There are many attributes to God and in the attempt to make Him tangible to us, spiritual writers have been giving God different names based on the spiritual experience of the faith community. The Old Testament and the New Testament God beguiles our nomenclature. However, Gerard Hughes in his The God of Surprises published in 1985, epitomizes the nature of God through the beautiful title. The book is a short work but the penetrating vision of the book, drawn from the pondering of the word of God in the true Jesuit tradition of the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises makes it one of the influential documents of our spiritually bankrupt times. The book is built around some... Surprises of The...
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Spinozas Conception of God
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...God In his writings, especially The Ethics, Benedict de Spinoza logically defined existence and provided logical proof of hisdefinitions. He used logical progressions and relationships among those statements he considered to have been proven to make his conclusions. In the readings consulted, Spinoza did not really argue for or against the existence of God, though he stated that the existence of God was a logical conclusion. He took that as a given. What Spinoza was attempting was a definition of the nature of God and of all existence. What he finally proved to his satisfaction was that God is everything which exists, that God is infinite and eternal and that everything else... Spinoza’s Conception of...
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Present the argument from evil against the existence of god,and explain the major objections to the argument, and the major resp
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...God The problem of evil and the existence of God concerns the nature of there being a God when there is a great amount of evil in the world. While individuals tend to consider God in the traditional Western Christian sense, the philosophical problem of evil still relate to a wide variety of incarnations of the God concept. Even as many God concepts exist, it’s possible to examine a number of general objections and responses to the problem of evil and the existence of God. Argument In considering the problem of evil and God one of the major considerations is the nature of God as a supreme and moral being. One of the primary assumptions of a supreme being... ?The Problem of Evil and the Existence of God...
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God
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...God’s existence in the world has become a continuous argument amongst various religious groups. From the traditional point of view, despite race, cultures or denominations, all humans believe that there was a beginning of the earth. A super natural being is said to be behind the creation since the earth was formless. This super natural being is believed to be in charge of everything although the god varies according to ones belief e.g. Hindus’ god is represented by a cow, Muslims’ is Mohammed; they all converge to one God. Being a belief, it has sent different opinions thus leaving everyone to hold onto their own religions believe... in this argumentative issue, there is a belief of...
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Existence of God
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...God from the laws of logic alone. It dates back to St Anselm, an eleventh century philosopher-theologian and archbishop of Canterbury, but was also used by the French philosopher Rene Descartes. It argues that once we mentally grasp the concept of God we can see that God’s non-existence is impossible. This argument, if it is successful, demonstrates the existence of a perfect being that could not possibly fail to exist (Arguments for God's Existence, 2004). One of the major arguments against God is caused by the invisible nature of God. Atheists are of the view that if God exists, he should appear in a visible form... ? Existence of God Existence of God Even after tremendous advancements in science and...
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Does god really exist
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...God (Hoyle, 1983, p93). However, many events occurring around the world signify the presence of greater force that cannot be adequately explained and be predetermined by man. This paper discusses that irrespective of one’s religion, there is evidence that proves existence of God. From scientific point of view, we as human beings exist freely in nature and we are made of various compounds, such as water and other structural compounds and elements that have been indentified by scientists (Morris, 1967, p 90). By the virtue of our existence, it is clear that we all originated somewhere. The Biblical point of view holds... perceived scientific advancement and knowledge. In this case, whatever...
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God is omnipotent
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...natural collection and a freedom of arbitrariness (Craig 453). This liberty led to the reality of conscious humans, but by requirement the same freedom also causes disease, cancer, and natural catastrophes. The freedom is a way of God’s control and power over the world. The word freedom can be the reason evils exist despite the wonderful nature of God. Philosophers’ perspectives The traditional influences for the reality of God have been fairly scrupulously criticized by philosophers. But the believers can, if they wish, acknowledge this criticism. A believer can give stands whether no...
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The Ultimate Reality of the Good God
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...God for all the mishaps that befell him, he retorted “Shall we accept good from God and not trouble?” (Job 2:10 NIV). Good and bad are “at one and the same time a division and reunion, and if they are spoken of as contending forces, they are also co-operating powers and the tension in which they are held is that of harmony, of the mutual play of creation, not of conflict” (Cooper, Fitzgerald and Stoddart 20). Apart from the nature of God, this is also evident in the way children are reared... The Ultimate Reality of the Good God Followers of Taoism adhere to the existence of ultimate reality which is the balancein everything—heaven and earth, good and evil, male and female, among others that seems to...
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Decartes argument on the existence of God
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...nature of knowledge and human existence. “Discourse on Method” is divided into three sections Descartes described and named ‘meditations.’ It is in the third of these meditations that Descartes reflected upon the true nature of God and determined that He is indeed real and exists more than just in people’s minds. Meditation III builds off of Descartes’ earlier proposal that he, Descartes himself and by extension everyone else, exists because he is able to think – “I think, therefore I am.” Assuming that what Descartes is able to distinguish as distinctive must be true, he... ? Decartes Argument on the Existence Of God Rene Descartes was a philosopher, scientist and mathematician who lived in France...
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Criticism of the movie '' City of God''
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...God. In this context, a society should be a “City of God”. The feelings of an unjust society are clearly evoked by the lack of respect to life and children being involved in activities far above the expectation of a society. For instance, recruiting children in gangs and forcing them to kill is unjust since these young souls are not let to decide about what they want in life. In addition, the film depicts a chaotic and individualistic society where life is controlled not by the guns of the authorities, but by the guns of the toting gangsters. Relating this film to theology reveals that it is apparent that the film depicts un-dictatorial or free will...
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Anything to do with Adam and Eve
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...God on an everyday basis failed to realize His real nature. It is at this juncture that Andrew Wommack comes up with the article “Relationship with God.” The article presents three main themes: talking with God does not always ensure that one understands the real nature and character of God; they failed to completely understand... Adam and Eve In fact, the story of Adam and Eve is one of the most controversial stories in Genesis. Theologians often make controversial points regarding the way the snake managed to lure Eve, the way Eve lured Adam into the sin, how it is possible for people who are absolutely happy to feel incomplete listening to the words of a snake, and how Adam and Eve who talked with...
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The hells nature debate
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...God. It is therefore in their nature that whatever they desire most is to be with God eternally. Once this aspect is withdrawn then humans are bound to suffer (endure hell’s nature-withdrawal form God’s presence). According to this version, the nature of hell is therefore basically total withdrawal from the presence of God eternally. The darkness and fires that are used o describe the tough nature of hell simply signify the manner in which the separation that man will have away from God would be too great for man to do anything that could reach him to the presence of God. The classical view of hell’s nature can be said to be holding a lot of water... ? The Hell’s Nature Debate Introduction The debate...
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Anything to do with Adam and Eve
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...God on an everyday basis failed to realize His real nature. It is at this juncture that Andrew Wommack comes up with the article “Relationship with God.” The article presents three main themes: talking with God does not always ensure that one understands the real nature and character of God; they failed to completely understand... ? Adam and Eve In fact, the story of Adam and Eve is one of the most controversial stories in Genesis. Theologians often make controversial points regarding the way the snake managed to lure Eve, the way Eve lured Adam into the sin, how it is possible for people who are absolutely happy to feel incomplete listening to the words of a snake, and how Adam and Eve who talked with...
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Does the Problem of Evil Provide a Defeater for the Existence of God
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...God? In the Judaeo-Christian tradition the existence of a personal God who is absolutely good is a central tenet. He is also absolutely powerful, and the first cause of everything that exists because he created the world out of nothing. Theologians have noted also that the scriptures of this religious tradition also speak in quite strong terms of the existence of evil. Philosophers and some theologians have also pointed out that there is much that happens in the world, including wars, diseases, natural disasters and all kinds of pain and suffering which either are evil in themselves, or demonstrate evil in action. One of the major... Does the problem of evil provide a defeater for the existence of God? ...
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Argument Essay, 1. I believe Existence of God. 2. God does not exist. For example, like The Ontological Argument
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...God can be classified as deductive or inductive. Ostensibly, the existence of God tends to be difficult to establish, despite several of the atheists being rational human beings. This state of affairs has been attributed to certain ontological assumptions regarding the nature of the world and the nature of God (Crutcher 430). Presumptions regarding the existence or non – existence of God, tend to possess a circular nature. This is due to the fact that such arguments attempt to establish their hypothesis by making an assumption regarding the non – existence or reality of God. Such reasoning has little if any influence upon the opposing or neutral views (Crutcher 431). Divine Existence... of the of the...
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SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY ON THE GENDER OF GOD
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...God Systematic theology on the gender of God Systematic theology refers to the study that relates the understanding of God in relation to science and nature. Systematic theology on the gender of God therefore seeks to study God in relation to gender just as nature differentiates human beings and other animals as either male or female. However, the understanding of God’s gender has resulted into a lot of disagreements with respects to the biblical, scriptures and their interpretation. Certain philosophers have most of the time rejected the argument that God’s gender is male since God is referred to in the bible as He in several occasions. However, most... Israeli fathers who also supported...
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Compare and Contrast God's nature in the Book of Proverbs, Book of Ecclesiastes and the Book of Job
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...God’s nature. Here, wisdom literature consists of instructions for contemplations of successful living on the complexity of both human and God nature. Wisdom literature is divided into two namely; speculative and proverbial wisdom. Proverbial wisdom is displayed in the book of proverbs whereby pithy, short sayings whereby God’s nature is revealed in set rules for personal welfare and happiness. Speculative wisdom is found in the book of Ecclesiastes and Jobs. Wisdom in Ecclesiastes is in term of monologues whereas job wisdom literature is that of dialogues. In this type of speculative wisdom, God nature is revealed through problems as a way of shaping the relationship... Comparison and Contrast the Book ...
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Does the Problem of Evil Provide a Defeater for the Existence of God
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...God? In the Judaeo-Christian tradition the existence of a personal God who is absolutely good is a central tenet. He is also absolutely powerful, and the first cause of everything that exists because he created the world out of nothing. Theologians have noted also that the scriptures of this religious tradition also speak in quite strong terms of the existence of evil. Philosophers and some theologians have also pointed out that there is much that happens in the world, including wars, diseases, natural disasters and all kinds of pain and suffering which either are evil in themselves, or demonstrate evil in action. One of the major... ?Does the problem of evil provide a defeater for the existence of God?...
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Ontological Arguments and Belief in God
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...God is the greatest possible being anyone can think of. His suggestion was that the greatest possible being has to be present in real form: someone who actually really exists is surely much greater than the one of whom a person can only think of in his head. His argument, however, was wholly rejected by Thomas Aquinas. Aquinas’s suggestion was that there is no way that mere mortals can conceive what God’s nature is, and thus we surely cannot conceive God like Anselm has said we can (Oppy 122-3). Therefore, this argument can be used only by the ones who can understand the true essence of God... Natural Theology presents the proof regarding God’s existence....
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1Q: Oedipus the King by Sophocles King Lear by William Shakespeare. 2Q: How at least two works deal with Mans relationship to God/the gods. The Inferno by Dante Alighieri
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...god defines a misleading nature of god. The poem reveals that people have a misconception about the nature of god that prevents them from observing the rightful side of life. According to the life of the narrator, people waste their lives trying to correct their situation with God instead of establishing their relationship with their creator. It would be wise if people considered God as a father or a mentor instead of viewing him as a judge... Show how two readings have led you to renew or reexamine ideas about yourself (or the World). Oedipus the King" by Sophocles "King Lear" by William Shakespeare There are certain codes or principles that govern the world and its people. These principals have differe...
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Nature
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...Nature The use, experience, preservation, and enjoyment of nature, like praise, is one of the utmost positively therapeutic and naturally occurring states as nature has taught us all this years. It is even stated in the bible and Koran that the way man misuses the environment purely for profit reasons is not the way to go. Nature is a responsibility bestowed to us by God and therefore we should assume this responsibility by preserving and respecting the environment. Therefore this means that nature describes our humanness. For this reasons, human beings should ensure they...
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The various ways in which the Hindus image God or the divine
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...God' or the divine in light of these texts The various ways in which the Hindus image God or the divine Hindus worship idols. Idols are graven or carved images that are formed in the minds of a person. The Hindus convert the mental idols into physical form from the graven idols or sacred images .The temples of the Hindus have got sacred images of God and have special ways of installing and interacting with the images in the temples and at home. The images are viewed as spiritual not material images that can assist the worshippers in reaching their God. Hindus describe the nature of God in various ways such as Acintya, Sanskrit, Shasta and murti... What are some of the ways in which Hindus image 'God'...
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Reasons why the Proof for the Existence of God is Necessary
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...God used several unique means to bring out a clear picture of His (God) real self to individuals inhabiting the world. This denotes the reason why managers should view all employees as individuals of dignity. Purposely, God had a common value for all beings in the universe. The same way individuals in an organization should set common goals attainable by all employees. Christians should be accountable for arguments regarding the nature of God. All Christians have a common believe that Jesus Christ resurrected from the dead. This is significant to managers in that it imparts knowledge that despite the loopholes impeding the growth of the company, there are ways of developing... ? Reasons why the Proof for ...
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...God watches the inhabitants of the earth. Moreover, in Psalm 139: 7 -10, King David wonders where he can hide or flee from the Spirit of God since He is everywhere; in the sea, heaven, and in Sheol. Further, in Galatians 2: 20, God is supernaturally present in every place and at the same time. Moreover, the Book of 2 Chronicles 7: 2, also asserts the presence of God in the life of every person who believes in Christ (New Jerusalem Bible, 2 Chronicles 7: 2). These biblical evidences prove that God is everywhere and that nobody can hide from Him. The implication of the nature of God being omnipresent shows the greatness of His power. Since he... Q3. Discuss the idea of God being omnipresent. What are the ...
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Abrahamic Religions : Christianity, Judaism & Islam - Similarities, Differences & where is the mind of God
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...nature of God, the three Abrahamic religions are agreed that there is only one God (Monotheism). Both the Islam and the Judaism religions have a strict monotheism view of God. Christianity, however, has a Trinitarian monotheistic view of God. Christianity teaches that there is one God in three persons, i.e. God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. The Christian Trinitarian monotheistic view has its basis in the book of Genesis, a religious text that is shared by both the Christians and the Judaism... Abrahamic Religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam-Similarities, Differences, and where is the mind of God By Abrahamic Religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam-Similarities, Differences,...
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Are human conceptions of God overly anthropomorphic (in the same way that those of the spiders are overly arachnimorphic)
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...God must be anthropomorphic in nature meaning that the Deity possesses man-like character and norm. Even though it is difficult to prove that man was made in the image of God, it is not in doubt that all men are made in the image of God. All experiences therefore come from God including the human experience, and in that sense anthropomorphic. The substance of the philosophical and theological theories is that man has the conception of God as anthropomorphic as it is embedded in almost all the scriptures of the different religions like Christianity and Judaism amongst others. Hume’ Dialogues brings about different... Are Human Conceptions of God Anthropomorphic? Introduction Anthropomorphism refers to...
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Www.muhammad.net
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...Nature of Allah www.muhammad.net is an Islamic styled website where Prophet Muhammad posts clarifications of people’s doubts about the attributes of God. People pose numerous questions about God which serve as the basis for assumptions about the nature of God. Muhammad is boldly explaining that Allah is distinct, unique and has no resemblance ever since. He describes the fundamental qualifications of Allah as supreme, divine God who created the heaven, earth and its components. Allah goes ahead to sustain His creation autonomously without external support from any one else, providing unto His creation all what they need. The website integrates Islamic figures, representations... College: The True...
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Analysis of one of Humes arguments touching on the existence of God
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...Natural Religion In Hume’s works, he uses two characters Philo and Cleanthes in his attempt to explain attributes of God through Anthropomorphism. In this, Hume gives God (the Deity) the attributes of human beings and undertakes to explain God’s impacts on human activities. However, Hume does not raise questions regarding the existence of the Creator (Tweyman 84). He argues that behind every creation, there ought to be a responsible Creator. Hume attempts to look into God’s character through the consideration of the creations and the relationship various living organisms among themselves. Hume compares God’s (the Designer’s) created systems and the intended purpose on creation... Hume’s Work on...
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Why did God become man in Jesus Christ
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...God became imperative just because man had once “shared the nature of the Word” but the same man... Why did God become man in Jesus Christ? God became man in Jesus Christ for reasons both comprehensible and incomprehensible to human logic. This paper envisages searching for the comprehensible reasons involved and experiencing the sublime and divine signs that lead to the incomprehensible part of it. The coming of Jesus Christ, the son of God and yet a mortal in body and flesh has been an event, a divine intervention, unparalleled in human history. According to St. Athanasius, it was to remove corruption from the human creed by traversing the mortal path of death to resurrection that the son of God became ...
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What is the Buddhist Critique of the Christian understanding of God
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...God served by Christians. Christian Understanding Christianity is a religion that traces its foundation from the teaching, death and life of Jesus Christ. The focus on Jesus Christ by Christians point to the God they serve. History of Christianity points various incidents when God revealed Himself to men2. Understanding the concept of Christian faith necessitate the understanding of nature of God they serve. Christians... What is the Buddhist Critique of the Christian understanding of God? Religionists contend that they work towards a course of enlightenment and human emancipation1. Truth is what gears religious people towards enlightenment and emancipation. Unfortunately, religious practices observed...
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Nature
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...NATURE-BY RALPH WALDO EMERSON During times when we need to perform a myriad of duties to maintain our beings, do we ever have time to glance at nature leave aside appreciate The answer to this is no. As Wordsworth had said "the world is too much with us", we neither have time to stand and gaze nor appreciate nature. In this essay Emerson has conveyed a similar sentiment, though he takes it a step ahead, he compares Nature with God, the Oversoul. Through his essay he makes us realize that many a times we belittle things that seem insignificant to us, but in reality all things and beings are absolutely essential to make up this fantastic world .Every object however insignificant... LITERARY ANALYSIS OF...
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Class Reflection 2
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...God in many ways. It has enhanced my ability and thoughts that God is pleased when He realizes honesty in our thanks. Through it, I am able to grow in my understanding of the fundamental biblical doctrines about God the Father. I have been able to Learn the Bibles teachings concerning who God is and what He is really like and the hope of everlasting life through steadfast in prayers. Through specially 1 Thess 5:24 Learn about the true nature of God: His perfect nature as a God, who is, all-powerful, all-knowing and everywhere-present. Furthermore to appreciate what the Bible teachings... Reflection 2 I believe the Biblical Interpretation part of this changed my attitude toward reading the Word of...
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Dialogues concerning Natural Religion: Humes Evidentialist objection to belief in God
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...Natural Religion: Hume’s Evidentialist objection to belief in God In this expository essay, I will provide an argument on Hume’s evidentialist objection to belief in God on the basis of its attachment to classical foundationism. In order to argue that Hume’s evidentialist objection to belief in God stems from the truth of classical foundationalism, I will provide a definition of classical foundationalism whilst explaining the kinds of basic beliefs that classical foundationalist thinks is improper. In addition, I will provide a discussion on why Clark and Plantinga believe that the classical foundationalist must reject classical foundationalist. Finally, I will provide... evidence towards the...
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Hinduism and Divine Images
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...gods each having different names, for example Krishna. On the other hand, Christians and Jews believe in one God who is not represented in physical form. These images are expected to change with time or as I age because of globalization and the fact that people are still researching on the unknown to better understand the nature of God. Everyday new religions come up with their own understanding of God based on their research, which is a clear prove of the expected change in this image (Watts, 1991). It is expected to be hard to determine... Hinduism and Divine Images affiliation Hinduism and Divine Images Different religions picture God in different ways depending on their own beliefs. For example,...
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Sacred Narrative
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...God. The supreme creation nature of human beings could only be related to the power that was more superior to humans. The Christian explanation cites that man was created to resemble God. In addition, man was created first them from his ribs a woman was created. This is provided in spiritual readings and scriptures that date back to the era of Christ on earth. Generally, the creation of man was from the supernatural power God as the Supreme Being (Brunner 12). The fundamental nature of man as depicted by Christianity is provided in biblical teachings. Teachings provide that the creation... Christian perspective on the origin of mankind From the traditional Christian perspective, man was a creation of...
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Theology of Missions
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...nature of God relates to mission theology 4 Mission theology, Ecclesiology and trinity 5 Themes of mission theology 6 Relationship of mission theology to missionary, church and lay men 7 Bibliography 8 Texts that relate to missions Old Testament Joseph was a young man loved and cherished by him father Jacob. The father’s approval provoked jealously that culminated in the attempts to kill him by his brothers. A late alternative caused his brothers to sell him to Egypt as a slave. However, this ended up being a divine plan for salvation. The integrity of Joseph made him a worthwhile... ? Theology of Missions Contents Contents 2 Texts that relate to missions 3 Old Testament 3 New Testament 4 How the nature...
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Theology of Missions
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...nature of God relates to mission theology 4 Mission theology, Ecclesiology and trinity 5 Themes of mission theology 6 Relationship of mission theology to missionary, church and lay men 7 Bibliography 8 Texts that relate to missions Old Testament Joseph was a young man loved and cherished by him father Jacob. The father’s approval provoked jealously that culminated in the attempts to kill him by his brothers. A late alternative caused his brothers to sell him to Egypt as a slave. However, this ended up being a divine plan for salvation. The integrity of Joseph made him a worthwhile... Theology of Missions Contents Contents 2 Texts that relate to missions 3 Old Testament 3 New Testament 4 How the nature...
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